This is the long awaited free version of Preferans, a highly intellectual and aristocratic trick taking card game. It is highly recommended to use the new "How to play" feature to learn about the game rules. NOW YOU CAN KEEP YOUR GAME DATA ...Read more
This is the long awaited free version of Preferans, a highly intellectual and aristocratic trick taking card game.
It is highly recommended to use the new "How to play" feature to learn about the game rules.
NOW YOU CAN KEEP YOUR GAME DATA ON CLOUD!
*** It's addictive once you get the rules! *** *** It's better thаn poker! ***
Preferans - main features: * How to play: 5 introductory lessons for beginners * 3 players: the user and 2 androids * Configurable profiles for different users * 4 difficulty levels * 3 preferans game flavors - 'Miami', 'New York' and 'Las Vegas' (can be reverted to original names) * Portrait and landscape playing modes for compatible devices, i.e. tablets and larger resolution phones. * Centralized leader board with player global rank and position * Offers - an ability to end the current game early if opponents agree * Additional settings: - passing': type (sliding or classic), progression, cost, exit and interruption - whist': type, whether whist on 6♠ is mandatory or arbitrary, game of 10 - who controls the game against android who has declared misére - card suit order - card rank order in suit - control tap at round end - making obvious moves automatically - animation speed - card movement by dragging or tapping * Configurable smart confirmations for first bid and contract * Configurable "skip-a-game" when AI plays human cards * An ability to replay the last deal without affecting the game score: great for learning how to play * Integration with popular social networks for sharing game results * Extensive games statistics * Keeping game data on cloud (Android 2.3+)
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Creating and using custom card and suit images: 1. All images must be in PNG format. 2. Card size depends on the screen resolution. We use 130x182 for hdpi screens. 3. Create card images for each card and name them 'card_(s)(r).png' where (s) is the first letter of card suit and (r) is the card rank. Suit first letters are: 's' for spades, 'c' for clubs, 'd' for diamonds and 'h' for hearts. Available card ranks are as follows: '6', '7', '8', '9', '10', 'j', 'q', 'k', 'a'. Example: 'Ace of spades' would be named 'card_sa.png' At this point you should have a total of 32 cards. 4. Create card back image and name it 'card_back.png' 5. Create suit images for enabled and disabled states named 'suit_(s)_(t).png' Use the same suit letters in (s) and 'e' or 'd' in (t) for enabled and disabled states respectively. There is an additional suit letter in this case for designating 'no trump': 'n'. Example: enabled no trump image would be named 'suit_n_e.png' The total number of suit images should be 10. 6. Zip all the files and put the archive in a folder listed in the card deck choice dialog in settings. 7. Missing images will be shown as corresponding defaults. 8. Desired deck can be selected in profile settings.
We hope you are going to enjoy playing the game the way we did while developing it.
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UPDATED ON: Feb 1, 2016
INSTALLATIONS: 500,000 - 1,000,000
LATEST VERSION: 1.7.6
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 2.3 and up
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